Why study Aerospace Engineering?
Design airplanes. Build helicopters. Test unmanned air vehicles.
Aerospace engineers master the mechanisms behind flight and propulsion in the atmosphere and in space. Choose to specialize in Aerospace and Propulsion, Aerospace Structures and Materials, or Avionics and Aerospace Systems. Through labs, lectures and projects, you’ll also:
Apply mechanical, electrical, computer, and industrial engineering to the conception, design, implementation and operation of aerospace systems and processes
Solve problems using the techniques of mathematics, physics, modeling, and simulation
Gain practical insights into modern industrial practice
Our state-of-the-art labs give you experience with the tools and equipment you may use in the field. Montreal represents one of the three largest aerospace clusters in the world. After completing their degree, students will be in a position to use their advanced aerospace engineering knowledge and their creative, inquisitive and analytical skills in industry, government and service sectors.
Program options & degree requirements
A Bachelor of Engineering degree takes a minimum of four years (120 credits) of full-time study, depending on your academic background.
In the first year of study, students must choose one of the following options:
Aerodynamics and Propulsion
Aerospace Structures and Materials
Avionics and Aerospace Systems
Read more about the Aerospace Engineering options.
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